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Late Maastrichtian and earliest Danian scaphitid ammonites from central Europe: Taxonomy, evolution and extinction
Late Maastrichtian and earliest Danian scaphitid ammonites from key sections in the Maastricht area in the Netherlands and Belgium, Hemmoor in Germany, Stevns Klint (Sjælland) and Jylland in Denmark,Expand
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Stratigraphically important ammonites from the Campanian–Maastrichtian boundary interval of the Middle Vistula River section, central Poland
The formal definition of the Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) for the base of the Maastrichtian Stage at Tercis, southwest France, is based on the first or last occurrences of twelve taxa,Expand
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Campanian and Maastrichtian mosasaurid reptiles from central Poland
Isolated marginal teeth and tooth crowns of Late Campanian and Late Maastrichtian mosasaurid reptiles (Squamata, Platynota) from the Wisla River valley area, central Poland, are described andExpand
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Evidence for ammonite survival into the Danian (Paleogene) from the Cerithium Limestone at Stevns Klint, Denmark.
Two ammonite species, Baculites vertebralis and Hoploscaphites constrictus, are recorded from the Cerithium Limestone (lower Danian, Paleogene) at Stevns Klint, Denmark. Most of the specimensExpand
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Oyster life positions and shell beds from the Upper Jurassic of Poland
s, 28th Intemational Geological Congress, 70. Washington, D.C. Seilacher, A., Matyja, B.A., & Wierzbowski, A. 1985. Oyster Beds: Morphologic response to changing substrate conditions. In: U. Bayer &Expand
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The youngest Maastrichtian ammonite faunas from Poland and their dating by scaphitids
Abstract The youngest Maastrichtian ammonite faunas from Poland are discussed in terms of their taxonomic composition, dating and significance for the end-Cretaceous extinction debate. The fauna fromExpand
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Ammonite extinction and nautilid survival at the end of the Cretaceous
One of the puzzles about the end-Cretaceous extinctions is why some organisms disappeared and others survived. A notable example is the differential extinction of ammonites and survival of nautilids,Expand
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The stratigraphically earliest record of Diplomoceras cylindraceum (heteromorph ammonite) – implications for Campanian/Maastrichtian boundary definition
A fragmentary specimen of the diplomoceratid heteromorph Diplomoceras cylindraceum , one of three ammonite markers used for the definition of the base of the Maastrichtian Stage, is recorded from theExpand
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Late Albian chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei) from Annopol, Poland
Abstract Remains of Late Albian chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei) are described from the mid-Cretaceous condensed succession of the Annopol anticline, Poland. The described materialExpand
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The Weathering-Modified Iridium Record of a New Cretaceous—Palaeogene Site at Lechówka Near Chełm, SE Poland, and Its Palaeobiologic Implications
In the light of integrated biostratigraphic and geochemical data, a complete shallow-marine succession across the Cretaceous—Palaeogene (K—Pg) boundary, with the critical boundary clay coupled with aExpand
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